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EcoSpark’s Changing Currents program inspires teachers and students alike!
EcoSpark’s Changing Currents program, funded by Loblaw Water Fund, connects students to the nature in their community through monitoring and exploring local rivers. EcoSpark makes this possible by guiding both students and their teachers through this transformative experience.

Restoring Birch Island Creek and Wetlands
Loblaw Water Fund grantee Healthy Waters Labrador shares how they've helped restore Birch Island Creek and wetlands.

Get inspired by WWF Water Wednesdays on Love Nature TV
WWF and Love Nature introduce WWF Water Wednesdays. Wildlife and nature fans will enjoy programming that allows them to explore water and aquatic life around the world and learn how it relates to Canada’s water issues

I’m an urban watershed steward! What on Earth is that?
Evergreen is a 2015 Loblaw Water Fund grant recipient. Their project, Uncover Your Creek, engages volunteers in holistic management of freshwater ecosystems through monthly water quality monitoring and riparian restoration in seven ecologically sensitive urban parks in southern B.C.

Water is Life: A Partnership Approach to Water-Monitoring in the Northwest Territories
Ecology North is working with the Sambaa K’e Dene Band, and Government of the Northwest Territories to better understand how historic waste sites may be impacting water quality.